Welcome to Paul's Podcast Diary for Saturday 18th May, 2019.
Coming up this week:
- The end is in sight – I’m on target to finish my first draft of Left for Dead next week …
- I’ve just landed three big fish for a podcast interview
- What me and Captain James Cook have in common – it appears I’ve been publishing books for longer than anyone thought!
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This Week's Talking Points
1) This week's word count:
2) Rob Moore's podcast on £0 to £100k in the quickest time:
3) The Anatomy of Story: 22 Steps to Becoming a Master Storyteller by John Truby (Paperback)
4) Cold call from https://mapleleafpublishinginc.com/
5) David Gaughran blog post on Mailchimp changes: https://davidgaughran.com/2019/05/16/mailchimp-alternatives-criticism-changes-pricing-plans/
6) I use Invoco to manage my business telephony: https://www.invoco.net/
7) BKKnights book promos: https://www.fiverr.com/bknights
This Week On Social Media
Followed your newsletter nonfiction link @PaulTeagueUK, and discovered you were certainly ahead of your time, publishing this one in 1778! pic.twitter.com/0zU7D5pkyQ
— Julie Cordiner (@Julie_Cordiner) May 12, 2019
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